The archive of all headlines from June 13, 2015, organized by time of publication.
Key lawmakers have moved to slash the budget for an operation to train and arm rebels by as much as 20 percent, a move that U.S. officials said reflects skepticism about the program and the White House’s strategy in the Middle East.
The vote torpedoed President Obama’s push to expand his trade negotiating power, and probably his chance to secure a legacy-defining trade accord spanning the Pacific Ocean. It was a remarkable repudiation of the president by House Democrats.
After years of frustration with Republicans in Congress, President Obama on Friday found the most sweeping legislative initiative left on his agenda thwarted not by the opposition but by his fellow Democrats.
The closure of Boeing's Long Beach plant is a painful loss for the city's economy and the end of an era in which Southern California's aerospace industry, and its high-paying factory jobs, helped build a strong middle class. Nation Now
Hillary Rodham Clinton cast herself as a fighter for Americans who have yet to share in the nation's economic recovery, drawing inspiration from a Democratic icon as well as her own roots in public service Saturday as she launched a new phase of her second bid for the White House. BUSINESS
In a significant move to deter possible Russian aggression in Europe, the Pentagon is drawing up plans to store battle tanks, infantry fighting vehicles and other heavy weapons for as many as 5,000 American troops in several Baltic and Eastern European countries, officials say.